Release Notes: This release delivers an automated setup.exe for Windows, a cleaner source structure, and more automated compilation for UNIX and Windows. This release can not only interpret, but also compile BASIC directly into executable code. PostgreSQL and UNIX ODBC are supported as new modules. This release also contains numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: Strict variable declaration is now possible. A CURL module interface was added. Major bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: 14 bugs fixed.
Release Notes: Extended internal preprocessor interface, and a debugger was developed.
Release Notes: This release contains speed improvements and many bug fixes over build24. Handling of the DIV0 error condition has been polished. A JAPI graphical user interface and module static linking have been added. The NT module has been extended. Debian and RPM packages are now available.
Release Notes: A new tools module which provides some handy functions was added. The mt module for writing Web applications was finished. Professional support on a contractual basis is available for developers.
Release Notes: The standalone webserver version of the interpreter can now be installed as Windows NT service.
Release Notes: An MT module was added for experimental purposes. The UX module provides fork and chmod for Unix only. The NT module provides registry manipulation functions for NT only. An EXECUTE command that waits for the external program to finish was added. The programmer can define a timeout and get the PID if the process does not finish. The C- and Perl-like 'v op= exp' assignment operators, +=, -=, *=, /=, \=, and &= were added. A Debian install package is now available.
Release Notes: ScriptBasic is integrated into a single process multi-thread Web server for fast CGI-like program execution.
Release Notes: This is a new build of ScriptBasic with some serious bug fixes and with regular expression and MySQL support modules added.